Lack of unilateral decisions creating barriers to travel
22 July 2021
Decisions taken in the EU are one of the main causes Global travel demand is...
For improvements in line with
business needs – Copenhagen Economics is conducting a
study on the behalf of the European Commission. The study is called "State of
play of the EU parcel market with particular emphasis on E-commerce" and aims
at identifying barriers and scope for improvement with respect to e-commerce
The purpose of the study is to
investigate how domestic and cross-border delivery services can be improved to
best serve the needs of e-retailers (retailers selling products online) and
e-shoppers (customers buying products online).
To investigate the needs, preferences
and experiences of e-retailers across Europe
with respect to delivery of products sold online, an online survey has been
launched. It consists of 30 questions and will take the respondent no more than
15 minutes to complete. The survey is a way for e-retailers to inform the
European Commission about your needs and preferences, and the state of delivery
in your country. The results will serve as input to the European Commission and
its future policy decisions within this area.
respond to the survey via the following link:
deadline for the survey is Friday the 8th of February.
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